EDEN PRAIRIE, MINNESOTA – Starkey invites hearing healthcare professionals to participate in a three-part fitting series to build upon their extensive knowledge and help them continue to provide the best care for their patients. As telehealth gains momentum as a service delivery method around the world, these educational opportunities are designed to help professionals stay ahead of the game.
Hearing providers can earn CEUs while exploring the clinical applications of teleaudiology and the opportunities to integrate the use of telehealth into their practices.
Registration is now open for the following sessions:
Tuesday, April 6 at 11am – 12pm CT
How Teleaudiology is Transforming the Clinical Landscape (Part 2)
Explore the importance of understanding how telehealth applies specifically to audiology, a breakdown of telehealth delivery models, and the diagnostic and rehabilitative teleaudiology applications available today.
Tuesday, May 18 at 11am – 12pm CT
Successfully Implementing Teleaudiology – Lessons Learned from the Field (Part 3)
Discover how to implement teleaudiology options specific to hearing aid consultations, fittings and troubleshooting; and learn how TeleHear is changing the game and enhancing the patient journey from providers who’ve experienced it first-hand.
Starkey is a privately held, global hearing technology company headquartered in Eden Prairie, Minnesota. Owned by Bill Austin since 1967, Starkey is known for its innovative design, development and distribution of comprehensive digital hearing systems. Led today by President and CEO Brandon Sawalich, Starkey has more than 5,000 employees, operates 28 facilities and does business in more than 100 markets worldwide. Learn more at starkey.com.